Profit In­crease with IFTA Sys­tems

Pro­cess Op­ti­miza­tion

The goal: A smooth, error-free process flow.

The mo­bile mea­sure­ment sys­tem IFTA Dy­naMaster is ready-to-use for mea­sure­ments, long-term mon­i­tor­ing and anal­y­sis. Thus, er­rors and sources of er­rors can be quick­ly found and elim­i­nat­ed with the IFTA Dy­naMaster.


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In­creased sys­tem avail­abil­i­ty and safe­ty

The goal: The ma­chine should run au­tonomous­ly and with­out any in­ter­rup­tions as far as pos­si­ble.

The IFTA Ar­gusOMDS mon­i­tor­ing sys­tem su­per­vis­es sys­tems au­tonomous­ly and re­li­ably 24/7, even over many years. The sys­tem gives warn­ings as soon as thresh­olds are ex­ceed­ed. The con­troller can then au­to­mat­i­cal­ly ini­ti­ate sen­si­ble mea­sures, such as a pro­tec­tive shut­down, so that ma­chine dam­age is avoid­ed.

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Par­tic­u­lar­ly in the gas tur­bine sec­tor, the IFTA PreCur­sor early warn­ing sys­tem pro­vides an in­creased re­ac­tion time.

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En­er­gy ef­fi­cien­cy

The goal: Fewer emis­sions - with the same or bet­ter per­for­mance.

Through long-term mon­i­tor­ing of ma­chines and by com­par­ing their op­er­at­ing data, valu­able in­for­ma­tion can be ob­tained in order to achieve the ideal ef­fi­cien­cy of a ma­chine/plant. Thanks to the ideal ef­fi­cien­cy fac­tor, the en­er­gy con­sump­tion is lower with the same or even bet­ter per­for­mance.

By using the mo­bile mea­sure­ment sys­tem IFTA Dy­naMaster in con­junc­tion with the anal­y­sis soft­ware IFTA TrendView­er, large amounts of data can be an­a­lyzed and vi­su­al­ized graph­i­cal­ly.

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In­crease in Profits
Pre­dic­tive Main­te­nance

The goal: Main­te­nance should be con­di­tion-ori­ent­ed and pre­dictable, i.e. com­po­nents should re­main in place as long as pos­si­ble in order to make full use of their op­er­at­ing life. Early signs of wear should be de­tect­ed in ad­vance.

The mon­i­tor­ing sys­tem IFTA Ar­gusOMDS su­per­vis­es sys­tems au­tonomous­ly and re­li­ably 24/7, even over years. The sys­tem pro­vides warn­ings in the event of a change in the be­hav­ior of the ma­chine. This way, crit­i­cal com­po­nents can be re­placed in time and in a planned man­ner.

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Profit In­crease By Con­di­tion Mon­i­tor­ing

Con­di­tion mon­i­tor­ing...

  • ...pre­vents un­sched­uled ma­chine down­times
    Through per­ma­nent mon­i­tor­ing, dam­age is de­tect­ed early and ex­pen­sive un­sched­uled ma­chine down­time and/or the com­plete fail­ure of com­po­nents can be pre­vent­ed in ad­vance.
  • ...en­ables pre­dic­tive main­te­nance (con­di­tion-ori­ent­ed main­te­nance)
    Con­ven­tion­al main­te­nance ac­cord­ing cer­tain in­ter­vals often means that com­po­nents are re­placed pre­ven­tive­ly and their re­main­ing op­er­at­ing time is not used in full. By con­stant­ly mon­i­tor­ing the con­di­tion of com­po­nents, how­ev­er, op­er­at­ing life of crit­i­cal sys­tem com­po­nents can be fully ex­ploit­ed. Ne­c­es­sary re­pair mea­sures can be co­or­di­nat­ed with the pro­duc­tion plan. These two fac­tors en­sure con­sid­er­able cost sav­ings.
  • ...en­sures a re­li­able fault­less func­tion of pro­duc­tion plants
    Through con­stant mon­i­tor­ing and cor­re­spond­ing anal­y­sis of the record­ed data, con­clu­sions can be made for fur­ther op­ti­miza­tion of the pro­duc­tion fa­cil­i­ties. This al­lows the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of pos­si­ble op­ti­miza­tions by per­form­ing a cor­re­la­tion anal­y­sis of com­po­nents and thus avoid­ing crit­i­cal vi­bra­tions.

Un­der­stand­ing Vi­bra­tions and Work­ing Profitably

IFTA anal­y­sis, mon­i­tor­ing and pro­tec­tion sys­tems can be used to re­duce costs e.g. through process op­ti­miza­tion, fault find­ing, time sav­ing, lower en­er­gy costs and op­ti­mized ma­chine uti­liza­tion. How this can be achieved in con­crete terms nat­u­ral­ly de­pends on the ob­jec­tives and in­di­vid­u­al cir­cum­stances of our cus­tomers.

We are happy to sup­port you in fil­ter­ing valu­able in­for­ma­tion from your vi­bra­tion data, un­der­stand­ing these in­for­ma­tion and being prof­itable for your com­pa­ny.